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tomtom committed Oct 20, 2013
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-*brep.txt* Scan certain buffers for a regexp
- Author: Tom Link, micathom at gmail com
-
-Scan certain buffers for a regexp and save the result as |quickfix| list.
-
-
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-Install~
-
-In order to install the vba, open the vba file in VIM and type: >
-
- :so %%
-
-See :help vimball for details.
-
-Optional enhancement: trag (vimscript #2033)
-
-Also available via git: http://github.com/tomtom/brep_vim/
-
-
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-*checksyntax.txt* checksyntax -- Check syntax when saving a file (php, ruby, tex ...)
- Author: Tom Link, micathom at gmail com
-
-The checksyntax plugin runs an external syntax checker for the current buffer
-whenever the buffer is saved (by calling the |:CheckSyntax| command). Syntax
-errors are managed as location or quickfix lists. If any syntax error occurs,
-the |location-list| is opened (users can redefine |CheckSyntaxFail()| to change
-this behaviour). You can use any |location-list| related command to navigate
-the list of syntax errors.
-
-If vimscript #2584 is installed, lines containing syntax errors will be marked
-with signs.
-
-By default, |:CheckSyntax| is mapped to <F5> (if not mapped already),
-and automatically executed when saving the buffer. The |:CheckSyntax|
-command takes one optional argument: the mode (default: &filetype).
-<C-F5> will run all syntax checkers for a given filetype if multiple
-alternatives are defined and installed on your computer.
-
-As the plugin doesn't provide syntax checks by its own. This is done by
-an external syntax checker that has to be installed on your computer.
-
-For the following filetypes, syntax checkers are pre-defined:
-
- c, cpp :: Check syntax via splint
- html :: Check syntax via tidy
- javascript :: Check syntax via jslint, jshint, jsl, or gjslint
- java :: Check syntax via jlint or javaCheckstyle
- lua :: Parse file (luac -p)
- php :: Check syntax (php -l)
- python :: Check file with pyflakes or pylint
- r :: Check syntax & style with lint::lint or svTools::lint
- ruby :: Check syntax (ruby -c)
- tex, latex :: Parse file (chktex -q -v0)
- xml, docbk :: Check syntax via xmllint
-
-See the autoload/checksyntax/defs/ directory for a complete list of
-supported syntax checkers. See |g:checksyntax| also for how to define
-your own syntax checkers.
-
-This plugin was originally based on Klaus Horsten's php_console
-(vimscript #779) and it is the successor of php_check_syntax.vim
-(vimscript #1272).
-
-
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-Install~
-
-Edit the vba file and type: >
-
- :so %%
-
-See :help vimball for details. If you have difficulties or use vim 7.0,
-please make sure, you have the current version of vimball (vimscript
-#1502) installed or update your runtime.
-
-
-%s
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-*cmdlinehelp.txt* Display help on the command in the command line
- Author: Tom Link, micathom at gmail com
-
-Has this ever happened to you? You are typing a command and cannot remember
-whether that particular option is an "u" or an "o". cmdlinehelp to the
-rescue!
-
-When editing a command line, press <c-o> (see also |g:cmdlinehelpMapView|)
-to display help on the command currently being edited.
-
-Use <c-pageup>/<c-pagedown> to scroll the help window.
-
-This plugin was inspired by a post by Marcel Boon to vim_use:
-http://groups.google.com/group/vim_use/browse_frm/thread/aaa3d652d7b76d02
-
-
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-Install~
-
-Edit the vba file and type: >
-
- :so %%
-
-See :help vimball for details. If you have difficulties or use vim 7.0,
-please make sure, you have the current version of vimball (vimscript
-#1502) installed or update your runtime.
-
-
-%s
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-*gdocs.txt* Edit google documents
- Author: Tom Link, micathom at gmail com
-
-This plugin provides slightly improved integration with the google
-command line client (http://code.google.com/p/googlecl/) to edit text
-files in vim or to save files on google docs (limited support).
-
-
------------------------------------------------------------------------
-Install~
-
-In order to install the vba, open the vba file in VIM and type: >
-
- :so %%
-
-See :help vimball for details.
-
-You have to authenticate via googlecl before using this plugin. Switch to a
-shell and run: >
-
- google docs list
-
-Requirement:
- - googlecl http://code.google.com/p/googlecl/
-
-Optional enhancement:
- - tlib (vimscript #1863)
-
-Also available via git: http://github.com/tomtom/gdocs_vim/
-
-
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-*hookcursormoved.txt* Call functions when the cursor position changed
- Author: Tom Link, micathom at gmail com
-
-This experimental plugin provides some help with the definition of
-functions that should be called when the cursor position changed.
-
-When the cursor position changes, it first checks if a certain condition
-is met and then calls functions registered in
-b:hookcursormoved_{MODE}_{CONDITION} (an array).
-
-In order to define new conditions, you have to set the variable
-"g:hookcursormoved_{CONDITION}" to a function name (STRING). This
-function takes the current mode (i .. insert mode; n ... normal mode)
-as single argument.
-
-Functions are best registered using |hookcursormoved#Register()|.
-Example: >
-
- function! WhatsGoingOn(mode) "{{{3
- if mode == 'i'
- DoThis
- elseif mode == 'n'
- DoThat
- endif
- endf
-
- call hookcursormoved#Register('syntaxchange', function('WhatsGoingOn'))
-
-
-
------------------------------------------------------------------------
-Install~
-
-Edit the vba file and type: >
-
- :so %%
-
-See :help vimball for details. If you have difficulties or use vim 7.0,
-please make sure, you have the current version of vimball (vimscript
-#1502) installed.
-
-This script requires tlib (vimscript #1863) to be installed.
-
-
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-*indentfolds.txt* Indentation-level based folds with a twist
- Author: Tom Link, micathom at gmail com
-
-When I write a longer text, I tend to use a top-down approach. I begin
-with writing down the headings. I then outline each section. Next, I write
-down keywords for each paragraph etc. At each step, I increase the
-indentation level (multiples of 'shiftwidth', see also 'fold-indent').
-
-This plugin help maintaining an overview of the document by setting a
-paragraph's 'foldlevel' based on its indentation level -- see
-|:Indentfolds|. Other than vim's own 'fold-indent' method, any
-indentation level can be assigned as the top fold level. E.g. text with
-a prefix of 16 whitespace characters can be defined as level 1, 8 and 24
-whitespace characters would then be at level 2 etc. By setting foldlevel=1,
-only text at that indentation level is displayed.
-
-This plugin also provides a helper-command to comment out or delete all
-lines at higher fold levels -- see |:IndentfoldsComment|.
-
-Users can also use key maps (default: <tab>, <s-tab>) to cycle through
-indentation levels.
-
-
------------------------------------------------------------------------
-Install~
-
-In order to install the vba, open the vba file in VIM and type: >
-
- :so %%
-
-See :help vimball for details.
-
-Also available via git: http://github.com/tomtom/indentfolds_vim/
-
-
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-*linglang.txt* Perform actions on basis of the current line's language
- Author: Tom Link, micathom at gmail com
-
-The command |:Linglang| installs a buffer-local autocommand that checks
-the current line's language. I.e. enabling linglang for the current
-buffer won't affect other buffers. If the language of the line under the
-cursor changes, a user-defined action (e.g., set spelllang) will be
-executed.
-
-:Linglang[!] [LANGS ...]
- Toggle linglang support for the current buffer.
- With [!], suppress message.
-
-Currently supported:
-- English
-- German
-
-In order to add a new language, you'll have to come up with some good
-words/regexps to identify it.
-
- *linglang-data*
-Language data is stored in .../autoload/linglang/LANGUAGE.ENCODING
-The fileformat is simple:
-
-- one word per line (these will be matched against word borders)
-- arbitrary regular expressions: /REGEXP/
-
-The pattern for the words and the regexps will be joined with \| (see
-|/bar|).
-
-
------------------------------------------------------------------------
-Install~
-
-Edit the vba file and type: >
-
- :so %%
-
-See :help vimball for details. If you have difficulties or use vim 7.0,
-please make sure, you have the current version of vimball (vimscript
-#1502) installed or update your runtime.
-
-This script requires hookcursormoved (vimscript #2037) to be installed.
-
-
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-*loremipsum.txt* A dummy text generator
- Author: Tom Link, micathom at gmail com
-
-Insert a dummy text of a certain length. Actually, the text isn't
-generated but selected from some text. By default, the following text is
-used, which is included in the archive:
-http://www.lorem-ipsum-dolor-sit-amet.com/lorem-ipsum-dolor-sit-amet.html
-
-NOTE: The webpage didn't contain any copyright message but there is a
-statement that one should copy & paste the text. I thus assume it's ok
-to include it in the archive. If not, please let me know.
-
------------------------------------------------------------------------
-Install~
-
-Edit the vba file and type: >
-
- :so %%
-
-See :help vimball for details. If you have difficulties or use vim 7.0,
-please make sure, you have the current version of vimball (vimscript
-#1502) installed or update your runtime.
-
-
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-*pluginstats.txt* Provide statistics how often a source file was loaded
- Author: Tom Link, micathom at gmail com
-
-Downloading & installing plugins is easy. Not all of them turn out to be
-of actual use and you forget about them. This plugins helps you identify
-plugins you have installed but do not actually use that often to justify
-cluttering your 'runtimepath' and thus slowing down startup time. Simply
-make sure this plugin is loaded on startup. After a few days, use the
-|:Pluginstats| command to check which script files were loaded how
-often. The number of times autoload files were loaded will give you a
-hint, which plugins you actually used.
-
-Features:
- - The |:Pluginstats| command displays script use in CSV format.
- - If |g:pluginstats_autoexport| is greater than zero, the statistics
- are exported automatically every N days.
-
-
------------------------------------------------------------------------
-Install~
-
-In order to install the vba, open the vba file in VIM and type: >
-
- :so %%
-
-See :help vimball for details.
-
-Also available via git: http://github.com/tomtom/pluginstats_vim/
-
-
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-*presets.txt* Presets -- Quickly switch between vim configurations
- Author: Tom Link, micathom at gmail com
-
-This plugins allows users to push presets (sets of |options|) onto a
-configuration stack and remove them later on, i.e., it allows users to
-quickly switch between pre-defined configurations (e.g. GUI-related
-options).
-
-In order to push a preset, use the |:Preset| command:
-
- :Preset! NAME
-
-
------------------------------------------------------------------------
-Install~
-
-Edit the vba file and type: >
-
- :so %%
-
-See :help vimball for details.
-
-
-Post-Install~
-
-Check the values of the following variables and set them in your |vimrc|
-file if necessary:
-
- - |g:presets#font|
- - |g:presets#font_sizes|
-
-
-%s
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